Jade Thirlwall holds back tears in last Little Mix interview ahead of break

Jade Thirlwall was struggling not to cry in her last interview with Little Mix before they embark on their break as a band.

Jade, 29, sat sandwiched between her fellow singers Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 30, and Perrie Edwards, 28, by her side as she got emotional.

While the group are still completing their Confetti tour performances, once the whirlwind is over the close-knit trio will go their separate ways for a while.

With plans to focus on their solo music and family life, Perrie and Leigh-Anne in particular are looking forward to a break from the Little Mix machine, though it comes as the trio recently vowed to "reunite" within three years.

Speaking on BBC's The One Show, Jade confessed she will really miss having the girls by her side "24/7".

TV host Alex Jones asked what she will miss the most about being in the band.

"I will miss everything!" an upset Jade replied. "We cry laughing every day, we spend all of our time together so I think we will miss that, being in each other's company all the time.

"That sisterhood will never be lost but I will miss having them next to me 24/7.

"We want to say thank you to all the fans for the last ten years, we are so grateful.

"That last show on Saturday will feel so special, we still pinch ourselves we have made it this far," the star added.

Mum-of-twins Leigh-Anne went on to say she was surprised how quickly the "end" had arrived as they gear up to complete their last few tour shows.

"The last tour shows have been incredible being in front of thousands of fans it has been so emotional and we have come to the end so soon," she explained.

"It's sad but they have been amazing. We are doing a global live stream of the 02 show on Saturday so you can all watch it on your computers."

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Jade insisted that despite the sadness of having a break from Little Mix the girls will always be friends and stay close.

"What's so lovely is that whatever we do moving forward we will have each other to support each other," she added.

"For 10 years we have been in this group supporting each other and that is not going to change now once we start doing our own thing."

The band have been through a rollercoaster over the last few years, and it all began when former member Jesy Nelson made the explosive decision to quit the group.

After suffering with her mental health for years, the now solo-singer decided she needed to make the change for her own sanity and peace of mind.

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